The Anthrax scare of 2001
[click here] for link to USDOJ pdf document dated Nov. 19, 2002. It names US Attorney John A. Danaher III and Tomas Foral, age 26 at the time of 15 Baldwin St., W. Hartford, Connecticut as the one allegedly in possession of Anthrax in October of 2001.
Fairfield county is known as an organized crime hub of the US out to the world. Lawyers seem to have their own Mafia, especially in Connecticut. They do as they please and when an attorney breaks ranks, he or she is toasted.
Danaher seems to have connections out the yingyang.
The Connecticut State Police got straight F's in a New York State Police Internal Affairs 168 page report on the Connecticut State Police. The report was so scathing Connecticut State Police should have the word "police" and "law enforcement" stripped off of badges and uniforms.
A person that has loyalty to the Lawyer Syndicate, the Connecticut Blue Blood Elite Fed Club, powerful political dynasties, the Black Robed Mafia [Connecticut Judges], another possibly corrupt and retaliation minded Connecticut Governor that might be out more to help make the rich richer at the expense of everyone else, should not be head of the "Armed Revenue Collectors", "Bandits in Blue", the Connecticut State Police.
Connecticut might be the most racist and blatantly corrupt State Government in the Union.
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Shoddy Police, Shoddy Courts
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Rell Nominates Public Safety Chief
4:25 PM EST, February 19, 2007
The Associated Press
Gov. M. Jodi Rell on Monday nominated Assistant U.S. Attorney John A. Danaher III to serve as the new commissioner of the Department of Public Safety.
Danaher, 56, supervised federal prosecutions of former Waterbury Mayor Philip Giordano and former Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim.
If confirmed by the state legislature, he will replace Leonard Boyle, a former federal prosecutor. Boyle has said publicly he is looking for a new job. Danaher's appointment takes effect March 5.
"I am extremely pleased to have an experienced and able federal prosecutor like John move into this critical and challenging position," Rell said in a statement. "As we continue to implement cultural changes at the Department of Public Safety, we need a leader who commands respect and knows how to work with all of the interested parties to get things done."
Danaher is currently senior litigation counsel in the U.S. Attorney's Office in Connecticudt. He served as interim U.S. Attorney from May 2001 to November 2002.
The state public safety commissioner oversees the state police, the division of fire, emergency and building services, and the state forensic lab. The Connecticut State Police department was founded in 1903 and is the oldest law enforcement agency of its type in the nation.
A 1972 graduate of Fairfield University, Danaher received a master's degree in English from the University of Hartford in 1977 and his law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1980. He worked at the Hartford firm of Day, Berry & Howard from 1981 to 1986 before joining the U.S. Attorney's Office in July 1986.
Danaher's nomination continues generations of of public service. His father, John A. Danaher, Jr., is a retired Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. His grandfather, John A. Danaher, was a U.S. Senator from Connecticut from 1939 to 1945 and also served as Secretary of the State. His great-grandfather, Cornelius J. Danaher, was the state labor commissioner in the 1930s and 1940s.
In a statement, Danaher said he was "deeply honored" by the nomination.
"I have worked with many members of the Department during my time as a prosecutor and have always considered it a privilege to do so," he said. "I look forward to being associated with the men and women who have dedicated their lives to protecting and serving the people of Connecticut."